Rolling moors and highlands. Bluebells and heather. Cool lochs and refreshing streams. Tidy villages nestled into rolling fertile farmland. Rock outcroppings and sleeping seaside towns.
Around every corner, over every hill lies still another marvel. And each is yours for the discovering in this comprehensive tour through ther colourful land of the kilt and the tartan.
Among the delights: The awesome vistas of the Border Country. Brooding Hermitage Castle. Sir Walter Scott's magnificent home, Abbotsford. The pomp and circumstance of the massed pipes and drums of the Highland Regiments. Edinburgh's Mary King's Close, still haunted by the ghost of a young girl dressed in white. Culloden, where Bonnie Prince Charlie fought. The orange flames of Shetland's Viking Fire Festival. The Isle of Lewis and Harris, famous for tweed. Spectacular colours in Inverewe Gardens. Fingal's sea-washed cave. Peaceful Loch Lomond. The ancient ramparts of Stirling Castle. And the gentle green of hillsides of Ayrshire, home of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns.